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Temporary Relocation Support for UCF Students

UCF continues to work with partners in our community to provide solutions for students impacted by Hurricane Ian. The university is organizing short-term housing accommodations in several area hotels based on availability. Currently, the hotels we are partnering with will be within a 3-mile radius of campus.

Short-term Housing Program Details

Short-term housing options will be available for students to check-in on Sunday, October 9, on a first come, first served basis. At this time, two options will be available to students through this program.

2 Week Temporary Housing

Check-In        Sunday, October 9

Check-Out     Sunday, October 23

Rate:               $350 Total Cost to Student for Double Occupancy Room

4 Week Temporary Housing

Check-In        Sunday, October 9

Check-Out     Sunday, November 6

Rate:               $700 Total Cost to Student for Double Occupancy Room

Temporary housing accommodations will be provided in a double occupancy hotel room. Students will have a roommate if participating in this program. Rooms will have a mini-fridge and access to laundry facilities on-site or nearby but will not have a kitchenette. Parking will be provided to residents. Pets are not permitted.

Students will be able to pair up with a roommate of their choice. If they do not have a preferred roommate, the student will be matched with a roommate by UCF’s Housing team.

Campus Shuttles

Hotels offered through UCF’s Temporary Housing program will be supported by UCF’s campus shuttle system beginning Monday, October 10.

Reserving Your Space

Students who want to sign-up for this program and reserve a space need to complete the Temporary Housing Online Form. UCF Housing and Residence Life will reach out to students by Thursday afternoon with additional program details and next steps to finalize your temporary housing agreement.

Additional Questions

Any additional questions regarding the program can be submitted via the Online Question Form.

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